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Sporting Event Planning Newburgh IN

Local resource for sporting event planning in Newburgh, IN. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to sporting event planning, event planning, special events coordinator, as well as information on sport event planner, and content on sporting events.

Meetings Plus, Inc.
(812) 424-4200
4266 Bell Road, Ste 10
Newburgh, IN
(812) 401-4931
Build A Bear Workshop
(260) 484-0311
4201 Coldwater RD
Fort Wayne, IN
Allen County Fairgrounds Inc
(260) 449-4444
2726 Carroll RD
Fort Wayne, IN
Dance Rhythms LTD
(317) 356-5375
8320 Brookville Rd
Indianapolis, IN
For Girls Only
(812) 455-1881
2501 Arbors Dr
Evansville , IN
Key-Whole Productions
(866) 230-9808
South Bend Ave
South Bend, IN
Game Guru 2u
(888) 454-4105
5310 E 900 N
Greenfield, IN
Exotic Bunny Entertainment
(574) 742-9159
121 W Franklin St
Elkhart, IN
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Lgh Design Group LTD
(317) 423-3590
217 W 10th St
Indianapolis, IN

General Sporting Event Tips


When checking off the list of things to do for planning a sports party, there is one thing one must make a top priority: the food.  Munching on snacks during a sporting event is as second nature to sports fans as cheering for their favorite teams.  Party favorites such as pizza, wings, burgers, chips, crackers and sandwiches are one's best bet to winning the crowd over.  

While costume parties are fun, limit them to birthdays and other events.  Sports events should focus on just that.  Show your team spirit with a jersey or T-shirt, and, as some fanatics, with a foam finger and face/body paint.

Organizing a sporting event that generates fans of its own requires the same amount of patient and determination as playing a sport.  One must also be organized.  Plan the event ahead of time to allow ample time for marketing and fundraising if needed.  Reach out to friends, family and the media for help in those areas.  Round up volunteers and train them well. Offer incentives to motivate them. 

When hosting an event at a venue, keep in mind the estimated attendance and occupancy limits.   



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